New chef at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club specializes in seafood

  • Tuesday, October 31, 2017 4:00pm
  • Life

Steve Anderson is the new chef at Useless Bay Golf and County Club.

General Manager Christi Karvasek recently announced the news in a press release. Anderson replaces David Blue, who resigned to pursue other activities. Anderson has 25 years of experience working at places such as Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing, Ivar’s Salmon House, Ray’s Boathouse and McCormick and Schmick’s among others.

He specializes in seafood.

“I love the northwest and Whidbey Island, and this new opportunity,” Anderson said in the press release.

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